Timo Werner admits Chelsea forked out £48million to see him rating targets however insists he’s completely happy to assist the group out in some ways.
The striker has struggled to search out the online in his first season in England, scoring simply ten targets in 42 appearances for the Blues.
Nonetheless, Werner had an enormous hand in Chelsea’s FA Cup conquer Manchester City on Saturday as he supplied the help for Hakim Ziyech, who tapped into an empty web.
The Germany worldwide was a livewire at Wembley regardless of not getting on the scoresheet however there’s extra to his recreation than getting targets.
After the match, Werner advised talkSPORT: “If you don’t rating you need to assist the group with different issues and for the time being I’m serving to the group with assists.
“That’s not my fundamental goal, they didn’t purchase me to help, however I may also help right now with an excellent help to win the sport so I’m very proud of that.
“I’m not the kind of man who solely needs to attain, I need to win the video games and once I help and assist the group like this it’s additionally very, excellent.”
Werner and Ziyech brought on Man City’s sluggish defence all kinds of issues and the 25-year-old believes he has an excellent relationship with the Moroccan and the opposite Chelsea attackers.
He added: “It was almost precisely the identical purpose because it was towards Atletico, that works very properly.
“We had the identical one within the first half but it surely was offside however yeah I believe all of the offensive gamers have an excellent relationship. It was additionally an excellent move from Mason.
“We’ve an excellent combine between guys who can come into the ball but additionally go behind the strains so the connection with Hakim but additionally all of the others is excellent.”